[UPDATE: Akit, who’s in a position to know is saying that the #5 Fulton is an A-OK way to get out to 30th and Fulton from San Francisco right now, Saturday afternoon. FYI]
Oh, it’s illegal to sneak into Outside Lands 2011? That’s what they’re saying. Wow.
So choose wisely:
“Think I’m gna drop a stamp and sneak into outside lands to catch phish. Wussap?”
“Bouts to sneak the fuck into outside lands tomorrow cuz I like my music fests like I like my country: free and full of illegals.”
“I wanna sneak in to outside lands on sunday…must brainstorm/think of something really sneaky”
Anyway, the “horse nazis” from Alpha and Omega are back, the SFPD is all over the place, and the perimeter fencing has been pushed out to cover an unprecedented area.
So maybe you’re best off trying to bum a ticket, as these poor souls were trying to do:
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Expect larger crowds later in the day:
What are the security guards on horses supposed to do – intimerdate people? O.K. How helpful were the horses in this particular case from an earlier event? Not very.
The new security setup allows the SFPD to go out riding fences with ease this year:
The good entrances are 33rd and Lincoln in the Sunset on the south side and 30th and Fulton in the Richmond on the north side.
But Fell and Stanyan, what some people consider the “entrance” to GGP, is far, far away from where you want to be. You gotta realize you are seeing a concert that’s way out in the West Bay.
And people, don’t take the 5 Fulton from San Francisco to get there. C’mon! Use your noodle. Try the #38 Geary or the #31 Balboa and then hoof it south at 30th, if you want.
Enjoy the show.